An excellent piece by Glen Poole for the Telegraph. Be sure to read the comments too, if you have the time. One commenter went to the trouble of tracking down the profile of Dr Annika Newnham, one of the two co-authors of the University of Warwick report, and found this:
I supervise a number of Undergraduate Dissertations, predominantly on child law topics, but also some which critique the law from a feminist perspective. [my emphasis]
Later in the same profile:
My work on shared residence orders has compared Sweden and England to learn valuable lessons on what works, and what doesn’t work, when using the law to promote shared parenting. It employs both autopoietic theory and a feminist perspective [my emphasis] to consider how concepts like family, equality and parenthood are understood in the two countries and examines law’s over-reliance on rigid definitions and abstract presumptions as well as its inability to recognise the true value of care.